• 3.6kW Micro Wind Install – Rosenort, Manitoba

    The Rosenort installation has three 1.2kW vertical-axis wind turbines delivering a total of 3.6kW of clean, renewable energy. That is enough to power a typical energy efficient 1,000 square foot bungalow. The turbines’ vertical-axis design offers many advantages over traditional…

  • 1.2kW Micro Wind Install – University of Manitoba

    The University of Manitoba uses a 1.2kW vertical-axis wind turbine as part of their Alternative Village project. The wind turbine is mounted on a unique carbon composite pole. This project focuses around building technologies and includes the vertical-axis wind turbine…

  • Red River Ex, VAWT, Solar
    2.75kW Hybrid Install – Red River Exhibition

    The Eco-Cabin at the Red River Exhibition grounds is a demonstration facility showcasing a 2kW vertical axis wind turbine, and three 250watt solar PV panels. This facility is a stand-alone structure powered exclusively by renewable energy, wind turbines and solar…

  • arborg, VAWT, solar
    750W Hybrid Install – Arborg, Manitoba

    Arborg middle years school has installed a 300W vertical axis wind turbine and two 250watt solar PV panels. The school uses the renewable energy generated by their system to power two computers and a printer in the school library. The…

  • USACE, VAWT, US Army
    25kW Micro Wind Install – USACE, Fort Riley, USA

    Five 5kW grid-tied vertical-axis wind turbines are installed at a U.S. Army facility in Fort Riley Kansas. All related electronics are rack-mounted outside, showcasing the durability of the Sycamore Solution. To the best of Sycamore Energy’s knowledge, this wind turbine…

  • 6kW Solar PV – Paget, Bermuda

    This 6kW of roof mounted solar was the first residential installation for Sycamore in Bermuda, and the first using micro-inverters. The installation was sized to take advantage of a recently discontinued rebate program offered by the federal government in Bermuda…

  • solar, manitoba paddling association
    7.5kW Solar PV – Winnipeg, Manitoba

    Combined with geothermal ground source heat exchange, this solar panel installation brings the Manitoba Paddling Association’s flagship building much closer to net-zero. Seeing the meter spin backwards generating energy for the electrical grid was the highlight of this installation.